AT&T’s $50 million investment goes far in Martin, St. Lucie counties

Florida’s Martin and St. Lucie counties are now reaping the benefits of AT&T’s recent several years of investment in the region’s networks, with both private and commercial users enjoying enhanced dependability, coverage, speed and functionality.


Florida’s Martin and St. Lucie counties are now reaping the benefits of AT&T’s recent several years of investment in the region’s networks, with both private and commercial users enjoying enhanced dependability, coverage, speed and functionality.

Not only are casual conversations improved, but also crucial public safety networks involving communication among first responders and other personnel are augmented by the $50 million in upgrades made between 2013 and 2015. AT&T boosted service sites in several locations in 2015, including Port St. Lucie, Fort Pierce, Palm City, Stuart, and Hobe Sound.

"We're committed to providing our customers fast, reliable, highly secure connectivity," Joe York, AT&T Florida’s president, said. "We want them to be able to access the Internet at any moment, from almost any device and from anywhere. Our continued investment in the Treasure Coast brings a host of new, innovative opportunities for residents and businesses."

AT&T’s LTE service network serves 365 million individuals in North America. The company earned honors from FORTUNE magazine for the second consecutive year when it was ranked as the world’s “most admired” telecommunications company; and it is generally recognized for its originality, fiscal stability and product/service quality.

With plans to continue its ever-increasing connectivity options in 2016 for Treasure Coast residents, the company intends to access and stream DIRECTV choices through wired or wireless Internet connections from any provider via any device.

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